Most commentators are looking to strike up a conversation, using verifiable facts and sources that can be found and analyzed.
Politicians need to grow up and resolve issues with civil communication. That is, unless we want our state and federal government to be run by 5-year-old children.
Eye-witnesses who do not stop or report a crime are a major problem.
Money for surveillance cameras could be better spent on attracting businesses or improving public transportation.
Removing front license plates would not be cost effective because there are $1.4 million worth of license plates and tags already in stock. Plus, the red-light cameras would have to be reworked, so they could function without a front license plate.
A corporation in Maryland is running for Congress. In January, the United States Supreme Court decided it is unconstitutional to limit amounts of money corporations can spend on candidates, because they are "individuals." I think it is a wonderful idea that this corporation decided to run. Still, a corporation is not a registered voter, and Murray Hill Inc. is only two years old.
Labeling K2 as a Schedule I drug without significant research about what it is or what it does is wrong.
With all the additional security measures since 9/11, how was it possible that a child was allowed to control flight operations at one of the world's busiest airports? It is a breach of safety and security. If the Transportation Security Administration can't explain how this happened, we should consider revamping the entire system or allow seven-year-olds to handle security.
While the media banters over Tiger Woods' apology and Joe Stack's actions after crashing a plane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, they are missing the real issue, which is Congress.
Today's “newsertainment” may not be ideal but it's what audiences are asking for.
For someone who is used to the "safe drivers" in New York City, some of the drivers in Columbia can be maddening.
The new Senate bill focused on "reaffirming" the First Amendment by focusing on the "right to free expression of religion" is reopening Pandora's Box.
People have different definitions of ethics, but Missouri residents must come together to decide on a code of ethics to which we can hold legislators accountable.
America is a country of mixed races, religions, ethnicities and cultures, so it's impossible to make us simply fill in one survey bubble.
A trip to Port-au-Prince 40 years ago left a lasting impression.
As state legislatures around the country get ready to debate bills, here is an analysis of a few bills proposed in Missouri, covering topics from protection for faith-based health care to eminent domain.